Discover Montparnasse, vibrant cultural neighborhood, rich with attractions.
Adopted by numerous artists of the Belle Époque, the Montparnasse neighborhood is home to many bars, drama and movie theatres, all of which contribute to the area’s rich cultural animation.
Spend an evening in the theatres and cabarets on the street, la rue de la Gaieté. Numerous artistes come to perform at the Comédie Italienne, Rive Gauche, Théâtre Montparnasse or Bobino.
The Montparnasse Tower is a must-see during your trip to Paris. This glass and steel tower with its 64 floors offers a panoramic view of Paris from the ground floor terrace to last floor. Its panoramic restaurant, situated equally on the tower’s highest floor, disposes of a multimedia center to instruct visitors on the history of Paris.
The Observatory of the Montparnasse Tower has finally re-opened its doors after five months of renovation. The new site offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the capital. The panoramic terrace of Montparnasse 56, situated on the 59th floor, is equipped with luminous curved-lined glass windows that allow visitors to see and immortalize the most beautiful views of Paris, also known as the city of light. Rising 200 meters in altitude, this tower restaurant is an architectural marvel.
The Observatory of the Tower is equipped with transparent windows for improved visibility.
Now, one can access a covered design esplanade offering an exceptional view of Paris by day and night as well as an unparalleled skyline observation point. Effectively, the terrace of the Montparnasse Tower is the ideal place to observe the stars. One should also note that Tower participates in the famous Night of the stars event, offering visitors telescopes to take in the breathtaking view of the sky.
At night, the terrace adorns itself with all the night’s colors. An original luminous ambiance and scenography for a nocturnal spectacle.
Calendar and Opening Hours:
1st April to 30th September: 9h30 AM to 11h30 PM
1st October to 31st March:
Sunday to Thursday: 9h30 AM to 10h30 PM
Friday to Saturday and the day before holidays: 9h30 AM to 11h00 PM
Children (aged 7 to 15): 4,70€
Young Adults (aged 16 à 20) and students: 8,50€
Handicap visitors: 4,50€
Free access for children under the age of 7 years
While at Montparnasse, take an idle stroll by Brasserie La Coupole or the restaurant, Le Dôme, two imperative Parisian dining experiences.
The Montparnasse neighborhood is a commercial one, with stores on the street, la rue de Rennes, starting from the Montparnasse Tower and extending into the reputable Saint Germain neighborhood.